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 In the living area, a Francesco Binfaré sofa is paired with Draga & Aurel chairs and a Paola Navone stool.
Living room
 The floor is distressed French oak; the kitchen’s marble counter is only a half-inch thick, but its mitered edge makes it look massive.
Kitchen & dining area
 In the master bedroom, a Rodolfo Dordoni side table cozies up to a Carlo Mollino chair.
master bedroom
 It rests on a wool rug in the master bedroom, whose linen curtain can be drawn the length of the room for privacy. 
Bedroom
 In one of the kids’ rooms, a Jean Marie Massaud chair pulls up to a custom concrete-and-resin counter
Kids room
An Ingo Mauer fixture with goose-feather wings appears to take flight in a bathroom whose theme is “air.” 
Bathroom

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